WHAT WE DO
ACSI staff undertake a year-round program of research, engagement, advocacy and voting advice. These activities provide a solid basis for our members to exercise their ownership rights.
ACSI's research supports our advocacy, engagement and voting programs and includes long-running annual projects, such as CEO Pay in ASX200 Companies and Sustainability Reporting Practices of the ASX200, as well as thematic research on specific material ESG issues. All of our research provides a solid evidence base for engagement with companies, regulators and the investment community more broadly. Click here to view ACSI's Research Reports
ACSI seeks to influence companies through constructive engagement with their boards about material ESG issues, with the aim of promoting long term shareholder value and minimising risk. Some examples of ESG risks discussed are board diversity and independence, remuneration report recommendations, carbon asset risk, human rights in supply chains and sustainability reporting disclosure.
Australian Voting Alert Service (AVAS)
ACSI actively contributes to government, parliamentary committees and other relevant public policy forums to promote a regulatory system that is equitable and effective for long term investors. Click here to view ACSI's Submissions